A round-up of key topics discussed at the Future Seafarer ICS Leadership Insights event, including COVID-19, technology, training and regulatory changes.
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Suez Canal blockage demonstrates just how much global supply chains rely on shipping, says International Chamber of Shipping
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has released a statement on the ongoing blockage of the Suez Canal by the ship Ever Given, noting that the incident lays bare the fragility of global supply chains.
New COVID-19 information leaflet provides important vaccine information for seafarers and shipowners.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has warned that lack of access to vaccinations for seafarers is placing shipping in a ‘legal minefield’, while leaving global supply chains vulnerable.
Shipping has proven resilient through the pandemic but challenges of crew change and vaccine passports continue
Shipping is concerned that the numbers of seaferers being impacted by the crew change crisis are on the rise due to travel restrictions imposed by governments in response to new variants.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the China Maritime Safety Administration (China MSA) met virtually to push forward collaboration on key challenges facing maritime, including GHG and COVID-19.
Denmark joins list of governments promoting $5billion ‘moon-shot’ proposal to catalyse the decarbonising of international shipping
Denmark joins three of the four largest shipping nations, Greece, Japan and Singapore to back proposal of $5 billion proposal to catalyse the decarbonising of international shipping.
Shipping must harness change from customers, stakeholders, financial incentives, and national regulatory frameworks to reach its decarbonisation goals, according to speakers at the 10 March Leadership Insights Live.